Some outlets that sell furnaces include Lowe’s, the Home Depot and the Factory Furnace Outlet. A buyer can visit the websites of these stores to familiarize himself with the specifications and prices of individual products before buying them.
The Home Depot offers a great variety of gas and electric furnaces, the prices of which range, as of February 2015, between $599.99 for the cheapest forced-air electric furnace model and $2,633 for the most expensive multi-positional gas furnace. The Home Depot website allows buyers to select the type of power or fuel that the furnace uses, including electric, natural gas, oil and propane. Furthermore, a buyer can enter a custom price range, select one of the preset heat rating values and choose a specific brand to customize his browsing experience.
The Lowe's website lists the most important information of its products via bullet points and allows buyers to compare various furnaces. It also allows buyers to select a specific rating that filters out the furnaces that received a lower score from users than the selected value. Lowe's also offers a variety of furnace accessories, including igniters, conversion kits and combustible bases.
The Factory Furnace Outlet mainly sells Goodman furnaces. When buying a furnace online, the store offers a significant discount because it sells the furnaces at wholesale prices. If the order is above $750, the Factory Furnace Outlet offers free delivery.